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Pupils capture alien after UFO crash lands at King’s Lynn school

Amy the Alien, with pupils at Howard School in King's Lynn. Picture: Gregory Hill

Amy the Alien, with pupils at Howard School in King's Lynn. Picture: Gregory Hill

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Pupils caught an alien on camera, after her spaceship crash landed on their playing field.

Amy the Alien, with pupils at Howard School in King's Lynn. Picture: Gregory HillAmy the Alien, with pupils at Howard School in King's Lynn. Picture: Gregory Hill

As they rushed outside and filmed the wreckage, a female extra-terrstrial appeared.

Head teacher Gregory Hill said: “We had an out of this world experience by having an alien crash land on our school field.

“There was wreckage everywhere and year three pupils with iPads were rushed out of assembly to view the crash site and document it. As they studied the wreckage an alien emerged. The alien helped pupils learn about our Solar System and they showed it around the school. They named her Amy the Alien.”

Former NASA employee Rod Stevenson with pupils. Picture: Gregopry Hill.Former NASA employee Rod Stevenson with pupils. Picture: Gregopry Hill.

As part of a space-themed day, the pupils also enjoyed a visit by Norfolk astronomer and former NASA employee Rod Stevenson.

Year three pupils built rockets and launched them from the field. Mr Stevenson brought along some rockets and space gear for them to see.

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